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Carved above the door’s handle is an eye out of which a pool of static grows, destabilizing the image.
Astronomers may soon get a better handle on the compositions of TRAPPIST-1’s planets.
As time goes on, keeping a handle on things gets more time consuming as you are adding news terms and copies every day.
Like most members of the Reddit channel WallStreetBets, he prefers the anonymity of his handle.
The models have to accurately figure out how the two streams of flow will interact with the high pressure to get a solid handle on the forecast.
Getting a handle on the details and being transparent would have seemed important.
The passing of the handles represents far more than it ever has in the past.
Shovels are considered ergonomic when they help you stand up straight, have comfortable handles, and are lighter in weight.
They are completely waterproof, machine-washable, and include a built-in snap handle that can hook onto strollers, changing tables, headrests, and more.
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As more observations roll in, scientists can get a better handle on the variables at play and increase the accuracy of their estimates.

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